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Rock ' N Raps Rhythm Tracks Vol 2
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Rock ' N Raps Rhythm Tracks Vol 2

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Teaching Aid
Composer Cheryl Lavender
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 09970615

Price: $19.95

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Rock ' N Raps Rhythm Tracks Vol 2 Composed by Cheryl Lavender. For Teaching Aid. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 09970615, UPC: 073999260953)

Welcome to the sequel - Rock 'n Raps Rhythm Tracks, Volume 2! Here are more great grooves for your students to sing, play, move and create to in four different meters - cut time, 6/8, 3/4, 5/4. You can use these long-playing rhythm tracks as accompaniments to your favorite Hal Leonard Flashcards, Volume 2. Or, use them as accompaniments for movement and dance activities, or as background tracks for your students' own musical compositions! The 16 rhythm tracks are arranged in 8 different styles, 2 styles per meter. And, each style is recorded at two different tempi - a moderate tempo for sight reading or rehearsal, and a faster tempo for mastery or performance. Each recording is 4-5 minutes long. Titles include: Two by Two, Cut-Time March, Awesome Threesome, The Third Degree, Six Tricks, Sixth Sense, High-Five, and Five-Beat Jive.

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